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2014 SEC women’s soccer recruiting rundown

Article Written by Travis Clark
Published: January 31, 2014

The SEC is never light on talent, and while extended runs in the NCAA tournament remain elusive, the conference continues to improve and attract some of the best talent in DI women’s soccer.

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The class of 2014 is no different, as a host of top players are heading to various programs. Georgia, Tennessee, LSU and Texas A&M are among those near the top who will likely factor in the national recruiting rankings once they are released.

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Commitments: M Madison Anzelc (Cleveland FC), F Lacey Clarida (Chicago Inter), M Tayler Hartrampf (NASA), D Molly Moroney (Concorde Fire), M Alexis Mouton (Tampa Bay United), M Alexandra Ocon (San Diego Surf), F Emily Ogle (Internationals SC), D Alexandra Price (AC Delray)

Alexandra Ocon and Emily Ogle represent two ranked verbal commitments set to join the program in the fall. If they can help continue to improve the Crimson Tide, perhaps the squad will rise up the standings come the fall.


Commitments: M Gabriella Deleon (Dallas Sting), M Madison Hall (D’Feeters), D Jessi Hartzler (Sporting Blue Valley), D Jordan Jones (Sporting Blue Valley), M Katie Kienstra (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), M Madison Leenher (Solar SC), F Nicole Ortega (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), M Sarah Price (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), F Taylor Sancegraw (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), F Reid Sibley (Solar SC), F Abby Sieperda (Sporting Blue Valley), D Qyara Winston (Dallas Sting)

The Razorbacks enjoyed a breakout 2013 campaign, notching a pair of NCAA tournament wins. There’s a big verbal group coming in to help maintain that level, including four players from St. Louis Scott Gallagher and three from Sporting Blue Valley. Familiarity should hopefully lead to more success in 2014.


Commitments: F Hannah Alspach (D’Feeters), M Maddie Coats (Orlando City), F Kristen Dodson (Sockers FC), F Kellsie Gleason (So Cal Blues), M Katie Grunder (Kings Hammer), GK Sarah Le Beau (Eclipse Select), M Sydney Lurie (Concorde Fire SC), D Nicole Niro (Eclipse Select), F Courtney Schell (Creeks Clash) 

There’s incoming firepower for Auburn with this class, as three of their verbal commitments are forwards, as No. 32 ranked Kristen Dodson, Courtney Schell, Kellsie Gleason and Hannah Alspach are no doubt going to be determined to figure out how crack SEC defenses. GK Sarah Le Beah, along with Niro and Lurie are all IMG Academy 150 recruits.

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